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Study stack for CCNA2 Chapter 9: ACLs

QuestionAnswer
Extended ACLs should be placed closest to the ________ network. source
Standard ACLs should be placed closest to the ________ network. destination
Regarding wildcard masks, a 0 indicates it must match ________, a 1 indicates it can match ________. exactly ; anything
Which wildcard mask matches all addresses? 255.255.255.255
True or False: You can remove individual lines from a numbered access list False
True or False: You can remove individual lines from a named access list True
What is the wildcard mask for 255.255.192.0? 0.0.63.255
True or False: All ACLs end with an implicit permit any False
How many access lists are allowed on a particular router? One per direction, per interface, per protocol. (DIP)
Created by: ertime